Brands

We also carry the following collections: Andy Wolf, Blake Kuwahara, Bellinger, Blac, Bruno Chaussignand, Dita, Eyevan, Gucci, Kirk and Kirk, Thom Browne, Tom Ford, Oliver Goldsmith and many more.

Anne et Valentin

Anne et Valentin

In the world of spectacles, the models created by Anne et Valentin distinguish themselves from others at first glance. Far from the norms fixed by the optical universe, this French brand conceives playful, brightly hued models that are whimsical, yet crafted with all the care imaginable. Each frame is made with love which reflects how the brand began. Anne et Valentin share a professional and personal relationship that began over 35 years ago. Their story began in Toulouse, and it is here where the Anne et Valentin headquarters remain.

Handmade eyewear with passion. Dandy's Rough collection has been created to show to both the optician and the final customer the hand made works

Dandy's

In 1974 Fabio Stramare fell in love with making eyeglasses completely by hand and the passion that he found inspired the creation of Dandy's eyewear. Even though advancements have been made to automate production, Dandy's continues to produce hand finished acetate frames with unparalleled detail. The Rough collection demonstrates visually the manual workings that are done on the eyeglasses, and a discerning eye will appreciate the complexity. All components and materials are strictly Italian even down to the recycled leather case.

FaceaFace

FaceaFace

Far from standardized fashion and conformist trends, Face a Face asserts its artistic temperament, drawing its inspiration from the sources of Modern Art, architecture and contemporary design. Face a Face frames are developed within the design studio directed by Pascal Jaulent, who cofounded the company in 1995, resembling small subtle pieces of architecture, playing with volumes, shapes, material and textures. Face a Face is fabulous and French, high end, rich in colour and expression.

Cazal

Cazal

The creative genius of the charismatic designer Cari Zalloni revolutionized eyewear design and created trends that were way ahead of their time. Cazal defined the hip-hop look of the 80s, and some of those legendary designs are still trendsetting even now. Cazal eyewear is stylishly composed and designed for those people who make individuality and extravagance a part of their life. Cazal frames are made using first-class materials like pure titanium or gold and the lavish processing of them guarantee the highest quality.

Theo

Theo

Theo calls its creations “glasses for human beings.” The quote reflects the company's belief in emphasizing the identity of the people who wear their frames. Quirky and humorous in a rainbow of colours, the Antwerp eyewear label doesn't believe in colouring inside the lines and their collections and collaborations each season continue to impress us.

Ørgreen

Ørgreen

Ørgreen is known and respected for high standards, and irrefutable quality. Each frame is designed and developed in Denmark, made by hand in Japan, and can take up to six months to be crafted. Ørgreen colours are unique and developed in-house with a colouring process that consists of more than 15 individual steps. The different hues - more that 400 – are exquisitely composed in an array of opposites, from strong to fragile, intense to tranquil, and audacious to understated. Ørgreen designs are timeless and seasonless, but never without history.

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